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Report: The Coronavirus outbreak's impact on Chinese cross-border real estate buying (Juwai IQI)

A new report by Juwai IQI, a proptech company that helps Asian buyers purchase overseas property in more than 90 countries, has tracked the impact of the coronavirus on Chinese... Per saperne di più >


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/ South China Morning Post

As coronavirus outbreak rages on, perceptions of a country’s health security to sway investors’ decision

Countries with good health care systems are likely to benefit from an increase in cross-border property purchases after the coronavirus outbreak subsides as investors become more conscious of health security,... Per saperne di più >


New Straits Times
/ New Straits Times

'Premature to predict economic outcome'

The global economic volatility, trade war, Covid-19, struggling European market, tail-end risk in the US dollar and above all, the diminishing confidence level in advanced economy markets, are major concerns... Per saperne di più >


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Move over Toronto and Vancouver – why rich Chinese are buying up Montreal real estate over other Canadian cities

Real estate investment is booming in Montreal after Chinese property investors shift their focus away from Vancouver and Toronto. Chinese investors are now looking beyond big cities to diversify their... Per saperne di più >


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/ Property Portal Watch

Juwai IQI's online event beating the Coronavirus

Juwai IQI will launch a live JuwaiLive Seminar on Facebook, targeting overseas property buyers in the Hong Kong region in March in place of the Hong Kong Expo which has... Per saperne di più >


REB Real Estate Business
/ Real Estate Business

Chinese interest in Australian real estate remains high amid coronavirus outbreak

Chinese buyers are looking for real estate in countries with health security amid the coronavirus outbreak and their interest in Australia remains strong, according to a report by REB (20... Per saperne di più >


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/ Elite Agent

The novel coronavirus outbreak and Chinese cross-border real estate buying

The coronavirus outbreak has affected most industries including Chinese cross-border buying of real estate. Chinese consumers who have been forced to stay at home are spending more time online and... Per saperne di più >


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/ Dmain

Coronavirus outbreak: Melbourne rentals sit empty as students wait in China

Student apartments are sitting empty in Melbourne as they wait for tenants from China who have been restricted from travelling to Australia due to the coronavirus outbreak, stated a report... Per saperne di più >


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Agent of the month Kay & Burton

Agent of the Month: Jamie Mi, Kay & Burton

Kay & Burton has been at the forefront of Australian real estate since 1938. For decades, the Kay & Burton brand has been synonymous with premium properties in Australia and is reputed...

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First quarter of 2020 sees increase in Chinese buyer enquiries

Pandemic did not quell Chinese appetite for cross border property acquisitions, according to Juwai.com’s second report on the impact of Coronavirus on global real estate market. Despite the virus and the resulting...

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Juwai IQI expands to reach out to Asian cross-border property consumers

Proptech company Juwai IQI launches Juwai.asia, the first global portal for non-China Asian consumers who want to purchase cross-border real estate around the world. It seems nothing is going to stop Juwai...

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Property survey Thailand Q1 2020

Thailand survey shows property agents expect foreign buyers to make more purchases in the year to come

Juwai IQI’s first “Residential Property Index – Thailand” survey reveals how agents are reacting to the coronavirus pandemic that has slowed buyer activity in the real estate sector Juwai IQI “Residential Property...

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